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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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import

   Part, Question
1 1, 8 | live and to exist do not import an act ~passing to an exterior 2 1, 13 | answer that, The names which import relation to creatures are 3 1, 13 | prevent these ~names which import relation to the creature 4 1, 13 | the divine names should import ~relation to creatures, 5 1, 14 | adverb 'so' be understood to import the mode (of ~knowledge) 6 1, 14 | subject; but since they import an ~act of the knower, something 7 1, 14 | Creator" and the like, import relations to ~creatures 8 1, 14 | Creator" ~and the like, import the relations consequent 9 1, 14 | and "love," and ~the like, import relations consequent upon 10 1, 28 | principle of creatures does not ~import any real relation, but only 11 1, 28 | since other ~predicaments import habitude to that of which 12 1, 28 | proper idea and definitions import opposite ~respects. Hence 13 1, 28 | Power and goodness do not import any opposition in their ~ 14 1, 30 | thus the relations do not import ~composition in that of 15 1, 33 | But ~common terms which import relation to the creature 16 1, 33 | after proper ~terms which import personal relations; because 17 1, 34 | the name 'Word' does not import relation to ~creatures. 18 1, 34 | Therefore Word does not import relation to creatures.~Aquin.: 19 1, 34 | Therefore it does not import relation to the creature.~ 20 1, 34 | from actions, some names import ~the relation of God to 21 1, 34 | God in time. But others import a relation ~which follows 22 1, 34 | true that all names which import the relation ~of God to 23 1, 34 | are ~applied in time which import relation following on the 24 1, 37 | essence; because it does not import relation to the Word that ~ 25 1, 37 | in the agent itself they import a certain relation to their 26 1, 38 | name of "Gift" does ~not import a distinction in God; for 27 1, 38 | because ~"Gift" does not import the actual giving, it cannot 28 1, 39 | other texts of the same import.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 29 1, 45 | to make" and "to be made" import a relation of cause to the 30 1, 49 | the form, and the end, import some kind of perfection 31 1, 37 | essence; because it does not import relation to the Word that ~ 32 1, 37 | in the agent itself they import a certain relation to their 33 1, 38 | name of "Gift" does ~not import a distinction in God; for 34 1, 38 | because ~"Gift" does not import the actual giving, it cannot 35 1, 39 | other texts of the same import.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 36 1, 46 | to make" and "to be made" import a relation of cause to the 37 1, 50 | the form, and the end, import some kind of perfection 38 2, 102 | three things ~of greatest import in human affairs. These 39 2, 45 | since, the end being of most import in everything, it follows 40 2, 61 | things being of greater import than temporal, respect of 41 2, 64 | person, and this is of graver import than ~fraud or guile which 42 2, 82 | within as being of greater ~import, it follows that exterior 43 2, 127 | dared. But ~good is of more import than evil. Therefore magnanimity 44 2, 127 | good is simply ~of more import than evil, evil is of more 45 2, 127 | than evil, evil is of more import in this particular ~respect.~ 46 2, 138 | precepts are of greater import than negative ~precepts, 47 2, 158 | about matters of lesser import: because the ~life of man 48 2, 180 | Which of them is of greater import or excellence?~(2) Which 49 3, 44 | man the soul is of more import than the body. Now Christ 50 3, 55 | Resurrection will be of less ~import, which is not fitting. Therefore 51 3, 83 | sacrament, as being of greater import.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 52 Suppl, 33| anointing of a man is of greater import than the anointing of a ~ 53 Suppl, 65| with God ~is of greater import than the faith to be kept


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